Scapa was founded in 1885 and used to be known as the only truly 'unpeated' Island malt. The majority of the distillery's production goes into blends including Ballantine's. Often described as the 'other Orkney whisky', Scapa is one of the two last distilleries using a Lomond still; this one has had the rectifier plates removed to produce a classic pot still style of spirit.
Skiren is the old Norse for "glittering skies" and this release is the latest addition to the Scapa family.
Cask Type: First fill American Oak
40% ABV / 70cl